Partner of the Month: Skin of Color Society

Commemorating Black History Month: Historymakers and Mentors in Skin of Color Dermatology Written by Skin of Color Society This year’s Black History Month (BHM) focuses on family as its theme, exploring perspectives on Representation, Identity and Diversity, according to the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASNLH), an organization dedicated to researching and promoting achievements by Black […]

Black History Month: Addressing the Historic Lack of African-American Patients in Psoriasis Trials

Although psoriasis affects people of all skin colors, current estimates reveal that most racial and ethnic marginalized populations are often lacking in psoriasis research clinical trials. While the skin condition affects approximately 4% of Caucasians, 2% of African Americans, 1.6% of Hispanics, and approximately 0.47% of Asians, an overwhelming majority of psoriasis patients taking part […]